Job vacancies for a Master, Chief Mate, Second Mate, Third Mate, Able Seafarer/Able Seafarer Deck, Ordinary Seafarer, Chief Engineer, 1st Assistant Engineer, 2nd Assistant Engineer, 3rd Assistant Engineer, Oiler/Motor or Able Seafarer Engine, are open to man a supply/support vessel in Mount Vema from January 2019.
The vessel will be part of a fleet of ships to be stationed over Vema Seamount and will be used to supply and provide support to other vessels part of the scientific fleet, the fisheries management fleet and the construction fleet.
The job vacancies are open from today for immediate start for training and travel arrangements. Support staff are also needed including cleaners, housekeepers, chefs, welders, carpenters, and construction Labor (with concrete/cement mixing experience).
Salaries start from 20,000 golles a year (about $40,000 US dollars) depending on experience. When you spend your salary in Mount Vema you spend in golles, but when transferring or spending your salary outside Mount Vema you can spend it in any currency of your choice.
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If the job vacancy you are applying for is not listed on the job application form, you can contact w-contractors to inform them of your interest in the vacancy at www.w-contractors.com
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International Treaties – Ratified by the Kingdom of Mount Vema
Law of the Sea Treaty (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea)
MARPOL 73/78 (Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships)
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963
Geology and Marine Conservation
Marine Science and Conservation